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Dixon Named Colquitt County High School Principal

Clifford (Jamie) Dixon has been named Colquitt County High School Principal and will take the reins on July 1, 2018. Dixon replaces retiring CCHS Principal Stephanie Terrell. Dixon earned his bachelor’s in criminal justice from North Georgia College and State University. He received his teaching certificate from Georgia State University, and his master’s in leadership from Kennesaw State University. Click here for full press release.

Daisy Collier - Athlete of the Year

FFA Area Banquet Honorees


    On May 14th the Colquitt County FFA Chapter traveled to Tifton, GA to attend the Area V Banquet. FFA members were awarded for their accomplishments in various activities throughout the 2017-2018 school year.

    The Colquitt County FFA Chapter won the Area V Outstanding High School Chapter Award. This award is given to the best chapter in Southwest Georgia that demonstrates success throughout the entire year.

    Libba Johnson was awarded a blue sign for winning the Area V South Region Star in Ag Placement and Patti Mitchell was awarded a blue sign for winning the Area V South Region Star in Agriscience.

    This past year Kirk Beacham served as Area V President for the 2017-2018 school year. Beacham also ran and was elected to serve as Area V Vice President for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year.

    Presley Hamilton, Kaitlyn Hart, Logan Moore, and Mary Logan Tostenson were recognized for winning the Ag Sales CDE. Mary Logan Tostenson was also recognized for being the High Individual. Victoria Barber, Patti Mitchell, and Mitchell Riley were recognized for winning the Area V Ag Marketing CDE. John Vance Livingston was recognized for placing 2nd in the Tractor and Machinery Operations and Maintenance. Kirk Beacham was recognized for winning the Lawnmower Operations and Maintenance CDE, Senior Prepared Public Speaking CDE, and EMC Wiring. Mackenzie Blair, Amy Deariso, Caleb Hall, and Chase Willis were recognized for winning the Livestock Evaluation CDE. Caleb Hall was also recognized for being the High Individual. Victoria Barber, Katelyn Croy, Amy Deariso, and Chase Willis were recognized for winning the Dairy Cattle Evaluation. Kirk Beacham, Amber Murphy, Daniel Sellers, and Kaleb Spradley were recognized for placing 2nd in Ag Mechanics. Mary Logan Tostenson was recognized for being an area finalist for the Discussion Meets CDE. Vaidehi Patel was recognized for winning the Job Interview CDE. Kirk Beacham, Libba Johnson, Logan Moore, Kaleb Spradley were recognized for placing 2nd in Farm Business Management CDE. Kaitlyn Hart was recognized for winning the Floral Design CDE.    


Summer Canning Plant Info

CCHS Canning Plant 

The Canning Plant is once again operational and now open 5 days a week, Monday through Friday, from 7 AM to 1PM. The CCHS Canning plant will be closed on July 4th as well as July 9th, 10th, and 11th. With those exceptions, it will be open through July 20th,  The plant will be open from 7 AM to noon on Saturdays: June 23, 30, July 7th and 14th. If you have any questions, call Gene Hart at (229) 873-2011 or Stacy Beacham at (229) 873-4202.

Summer Resources for ParentsPrevent 'summer slide'! The state of Georgia provides a number of FREE resources and summer programs to extend learning. Visit Get Georgia Reading for resources to learn about meals, safe environments, and educational opportunities to keep students learning when school isn't in session. Free eBooks are available through myOn Digital Library, Tumblebooks/GALILEO, and you can check out books and eBooks at your local library.

State School Superintendent Woods Announces 2018 Georgia Scholars

Mary Grace Watson

Moultrie, Georgia – May 2, 2018 – Colquitt County High School senior Mary Grace Watson has been named a 2018 Georgia Scholar.  She is among the 208 graduating seniors who have recently been recognized as 2018 Georgia Scholars by State School Superintendent Richard Woods.

Through the Georgia Scholar program, the Georgia Department of Education identifies and honors high school seniors who have achieved excellence in school and community life. Students eligible for Georgia Scholar recognition are high school seniors who exhibit excellence in all phases of school life, in community activities, and in the home.

Mary Grace shared her thoughts on this honor, “I am very excited to be named a Georgia Scholar, but so many people played a role in this honor. I am extremely grateful for the teachers, coaches, advisors, and community members who invested in me and ensured that I had opportunities to meet the academic, leadership, and service standards.  Colquitt County provides many avenues and opportunities for students to develop and grow, and I’m proud to be a student here.”

Georgia Scholars are students who have carried exemplary course loads during their four years of high school; who performed excellently in all courses; who successfully participated in interscholastic events at their schools and in their communities; and who have assumed active roles in extracurricular activities sponsored by their schools. Each Georgia Scholar receives a seal for his or her diploma.

“Mary Grace has worked very hard in many areas at Colquitt County High School and has performed at the highest levels with her extracurricular activities, academics and community service. We are so excited about her being named a Georgia Scholar. She is definitely a Packer Point of Pride,” shared CCHS Principal Stephanie Terrell.

“Students receiving the Georgia Scholar recognition are truly well-rounded,” Superintendent Woods said. “They’ve engaged in extra-curriculars, worked hard in a broad range of academic subjects, served their communities and grown as leaders. A true education encompasses more than just the traditional ‘core’ subjects, and these students exemplify that.”

The program is coordinated by GaDOE’s Excellence Recognition office and through local coordinators in each public school system and private schools throughout the state.
CCHS Earns "College Success" Award

First-of-Its-Kind Recognition from GreatSchools Celebrates High Schools that Prepare Students to Succeed in College


Moultrie, Georgia – May 2, 2018 -Colquitt County High School is proud to announce that it has received the College Success Award, a first-of-its-kind honor celebrating schools that excel in ensuring students prepare for college, enroll in college, and succeed once they get there.


Launched by GreatSchools, the leading non-profit provider of trusted school information, the College Success Award recognizes 814 schools in nine states, including 97 schools in Georgia. Award-winning schools have a successful track record of graduating students who later enroll in a two or four-year college, are ready for college-level coursework, and persist on to their second year, according to available data from the state. Visit their website at https://www.greatschools.org/gk/csa-winners/


College and career-ready graduates are critical to fueling the U.S. economy, as 65 percent of jobs will require a post-secondary degree by 2020. Colquitt County High School prepares students not only to enroll in college but also to succeed once they get there.


“The Colquitt County High School motto is 'The Packer Destination is Graduation and Beyond'. I remind students of this during each morning’s announcements because I want to keep post-secondary success in the forefront of our students’ minds on a daily basis,” said Principal Stephanie Terrell.


CCHS has adopted practices to support their students’ college preparation and success.  These include rigorous Advanced Placement (AP)  and Honors course offerings, dual-enrollment options for academics and career exploration, three world language options, online and blended learning opportunities, community wide awareness of AP programs through yard signs of parents of students who receive a 5 on an AP exam, and celebrating academic achievement through 'Packer Pride Walls' in every academic hallway.   


The College Success Award is possible because Georgia is leading the nation in collecting and being transparent in sharing information on how students do after high school, which is valuable information for families, educators, and policymakers. “Unlike traditional measures of school quality—which only measure student performance while still in high school—post-secondary data shines a light on schools that excel in helping students succeed beyond graduation,” said State School Superintendent Richard Woods. “We’re proud that Georgia is leading the way in giving the public the information they deserve to know and schools the recognition they deserve for helping their students succeed in college and beyond.”

“CCHS is providing their students with a high-quality public education that equips and empowers them with the skills to forge a path to bright futures,” said Matthew Nelson, president of GreatSchools. “We applaud students, parents, teachers, and the entire community at Colquitt County High School for their dedication to pursuing college success.”

Summer OpportunitiesCRMC Health Occupations & Math Enrichment Program Application

Students may apply to this summer program to at the hospital and receive math instruction from ABAC professors to help prepare for the SAT/ACT.
Natural Resources Conservation Workshop: An exciting summer experience for high school students that focuses on the value, protection, and conservation of Georgia's wildlife, forestry, and water resources. June 10-14, 2018, Tifton ABAC Campus

Other opportunities will be posted here as they become available.
Governor's Honors Program

Congratulations to the following 2018 GHP Finalists: Victoria McDaniel for Theatre, Katelyn Hart for Ag Science, and Sam Kundi for Science. These students have been accepted to the prestigious Governor’s Honors Program at Berry College in Rome, GA. GHP is a 4-week residential summer program for gifted and talented, rising juniors and seniors in high school. Over 3,000 students across the state complete the rigorous application and interview process but less than 700 are accepted.

  Victoria McDaniel , Katelyn Hart , and Sam Kundi

Victoria McDaniel, Katelyn Hart, Samuel Kundi

Need a Grad Gift for your Senior?

Did your senior get yearbooks? Give the gift of memories! Contact Mrs. Tucker in the Guidance Office. Make checks payable to CCHS Yearbook. The 2018 yearbook only is available for $65. There is a limited supply left.

Student Emails

Colquitt County High School now provides email accounts for students. To log into your email, go to gmail login. Your email address is: [email protected] Your password is the same as your network login. This is the way you log into school chromebooks. Your school email is a great way to communicate with your teachers if necessary. You also will be receiving important information through your school gmail account about upcoming events, registration and other activities here at school. Log in now to see information about the Probe Fair on October 24th!

Office 365


If you need Microsoft Office on your home computer, you can download it by going to https://www.office.com
Log in using your student email address (lunch#@stu.colquitt.k12.ga.us) and your NETWORK password. In the upper right hand corner, click on the install icon and it will be available for use on your computer. You can then access that work from any computer. Do NOT try to install Office 365 on school computers; Office is already on those computers. Logging into Office 365 allows you to access your files on any computer.

Fuel My ClubCCHS has partnered with Fuel My Club, an online coupon app for your phone. We have many local coupons as well as national coupons listed in the app. If you are a local business and would like to host a coupon on this platform, please contact Principal Stephanie Terrell. Participating clubs include Spanish Club, Band, Choir, the School Store, and the CCHS Scholarship Fund. Click on the image to support a club of your choice. Thank you.
Classes of 2018, 2019, and 2020--See Mrs. Tucker or Mrs. Hurst to order your yearbooks! Get your order in before the end of April.

CCHS is now partnered with Publix
What are CCHS Grads doing?

Visit Meritpages to learn where our grads are attending college and how they are doing. Students are recognized for academic and athletic awards, as well as activities and majors. Click on "Student Profiles" for all the details.


CREDIT RECOVERYIf you need to attend credit recovery, please contact Mrs. Tucker in the Guidance department. Seniors, ALL CREDIT RECOVERY COURSES MUST BE COMPLETED BY APRIL 28TH IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON ATTENDING THE PROM. Remember, if you are a senior and fail a required course this semester, you will not walk at graduation--you get to attend summer school instead. If you have credit recovery, please attend regularly on Tuesday and Wednesday after school until 5:00 pm and on Saturday from 9 am - 12 noon.  If you are concerned about your grade in a current class, about a class, please talk to your teacher and request after school tutoring. 


CCHS on Social Media

The numbers to sign up for Remind are:

Class of 2018:  text @cchs18 to 81010

Class of 2019: text @packer2019 to 81010

Class of 2020: text @packer2020 to 81010

Class of 2021: text @cchs2021 to 82010

Class of 2022: text @cchs2022 to 81010

Class of 2023: text @cchs2023 to 81010

You can now follow Mrs. Terrell's Tweets about CCHS by signing in to your twitter account and following @CCHSPackers.

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Georgia Milestone Assessments
The Georgia Department of Education has released a new video, designed to provide an introduction to the Georgia Milestones Assessment System. This short, animated video provides a friendly overview of our new assessment. The video highlights the purpose of the assessment, the types of questions that students will see, and the types of feedback that students, parents, and educators will receive.


Check the Guidance Page for ScholarshipsVisit the Scholarship page through the Guidance website or stop in at Counselors' Corner for your application for scholarships offered through local sources.

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 CCRPI, the College and Career Ready Performance Index, is a comprehensive school improvement, accountability, and communication platform for all educational stakeholders that will promote college and career readiness for all Georgia public school students. Visit the Georgia Department of Education website to view specific school CCRPI reports.

Important Information

105 Darbyshire Road
Norman Park, GA 31771
229.890.6141, Fax 229.890.6166

Colquitt County High School

On behalf of the students and staff of Colquitt County High School, a Title I school, welcome to our web site.  CCHS provides a wide-range of academic, activity, and sports programs where we prepare students for today’s world and their future.  Our facility houses more than 1,700 students, grades 10-12, and our faculty and support staff. The school day begins at 8:06 AM and ends at 3:20 PM.

Summer School Information
Summer School will be held June 11th - 15th and 18th – 22nd from 8:00 am – 12:00 noon each day. Students may register at Counselors' Corner during lunch or online. The link is posted here on the CCHS website. You are expected to attend all 10 days of summer school unless you complete all assignments earlier. If you miss more than 2 days in a row, you may lose your spot. Students are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Once registration is full, students will be placed on a waiting list. Email Ms. Renee Tucker with questions.

School Calendar
CCHS Twitter Feed
Nutritional Wellness Policy
Visit the Colquitt County School Policy for the Wellness Program.
HB91 Graduation Petition

HB91 - Graduation Petition Process for CCHS Students - Governor Nathan Deal signed House Bill 91 into law on March 30, thereby creating new code section, O.C.G.A. §20-2-281.1.  This law provided that students shall no longer be required to earn a passing score on any graduation tests to earn a high school diploma.